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The Stuffed Shark and the Insecurity of Culture
Art: Mystique or Mystery?

Art: Mystique or Mystery?

February 6 th 2012 by Bruce Herman

With Christ's Incarnation, we can have it both ways.

Life-Long Learners 12.0

Life-Long Learners 12.0

December 23 rd 2011 by Byron Borger

Twelfth in an expert series of must-read books.

God(s): A User's Guide
A Poet's Evolution

A Poet's Evolution

December 2 nd 2011 by Aaron Belz

Johnston's purpose is to explore the tension between the subjective and the objective, to keep these two realms of experience in balance.

Moused-eared worldview

Moused-eared worldview

October 26 th 2011 by Chris Cuthill
The Time Machine: How Mad Men Brought Us Back to the 60s
Sketches of Flourishing

Sketches of Flourishing

September 26 th 2011 by Sean Purcell
Museum of Data

Museum of Data

September 21 st 2011 by David Greusel

Google's efforts to "organize the world's information" fail to recognize that some things are not reducible to information.

On Discipline

On Discipline

September 1 st 2011 by Carey Wallace

There is no such thing as disciplining one corner of a life. There are only disciplined or undisciplined lives.

Editorial: What we talk about when we talk about society

Editorial: What we talk about when we talk about society

September 1 st 2011 by Brian Dijkema and Alissa Wilkinson

A good society has not only its institutions, but its loves in order.

Listening to History: The Poet's Legacy

Listening to History: The Poet's Legacy

September 1 st 2011 by Robert Jackson

We have misplaced an invaluable tool for shaping and refining human thought. It is time for apprenticeship in rhetoric.

Sunflower Seeds

Sunflower Seeds

September 1 st 2011 by Adrienne Dengerink Chaplin

When art seems very far from the urgent cut and thrust of daily politics, that's exactly the point.

Oscillators for Singers
Life-Long Learners 6.0

Life-Long Learners 6.0

July 22 nd 2011 by Byron Borger

Sixth in an expert series on must-read books.